IS Prime Hong Kong Poaches Invast Global’s Antony Tan as VP

  


IS Prime Hong Kong announced on Tuesday the appointment of Antony Tan as the vice president of trading solutions.

Tan is joining the ISAM Capital Markets Group subsidiary from Invast Global where he was head of dealing services.

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In his new position, Tan will be responsible for managing the Group’s liquidity and risk client relationships across the Asia Pacific region.

Antony Tan
Antony Tan

Commenting on his new role at IS Prime, Tan said: “The opportunity to join IS Prime, industry leaders in multi-asset brokerage and execution services, is a natural step up. I am excited about working with an experienced team whose award-winning, cutting-edge offerings have bolstered the company. I look forward to using my experience to help them to continue their rapid growth.”

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An experienced financial market expert

Tan took this role after spending four years at the Sydney office of Invast Global. He also has experience of co-founding and growing a fintech business in China and along with his role as an operations associate at Prime Liquidity Solutions.

The announcement detailed that Tan is the first new member of the company’s coverage team since it received its SFC Type 3 Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading license last December.

The Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the ISAM Capital Markets offers customized pricing primarily sourced from institutions to professional investors.

Will Robbins of IS Prime
Will Robbins, Head of Asia, IS Prime

“As we increase our presence across the Asia Pacific region and build out our regulated FX and OTC derivatives offerings, we continue to invest in experienced, high caliber staff to allow us to offer the highest levels of service to our clients within the Asia time zone. Antony will be an asset to the team as he brings deep knowledge and experience of regional markets to our coverage function,” Will Robbins, head of Asia at IS Prime, added.



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